What Is RSS?
Real Simple Syndication (RSS) is a free, quick and easy way for Rugby News to send all our latest news straight to your computer.
Rather than having to browse our website for new content related to your favourite competition, you can sign up for related RSS feeds and we will send the news straight to you. Just look for the orange RSS logo at the top of each news section.
When new stories appear on our website, they will be sent to your RSS reader and available for you to view at your leisure.
Each feed will contain a headline, brief summary and link back to our website.
How Do I Use It?
You will need an RSS reader to use this service.
An RSS reader is software that checks your feeds and lets you read content when it is added.
There are generally two kinds of RSS reader.
The first is a dedicated desktop reader, which is stored on your main computer.
Alternatively, you can set up a browser-based reader. This does not require any software to be downloaded and allows you to catch up on your feeds from any computer.
We run the rule over the dead-rubber test between the All Blacks and France in New Plymouth on Saturday night.
Which team will win the test series between the Wallabies and the British and Irish Lions?
The All Blacks must do the right thing and play a test against Samoa in Apia.